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   Welcome to the Irving Nature Park located in Saint John, New Brunswick along the Bay of Fundy coastline. Some of the park's natural charms are its long sandy beaches and well-groomed woodlands, great for back packing and hiking. Over 20 kilometers of nature trails clearly marked for ease of access. Here you can enjoy bird watching, from a vast variety like: Cormorants, the Black-Capped Chickadee (New Brunswick's provincial bird), Tree Swallows, Loons, Great Blue Herons, Sandpipers, Geese, Black Ducks and many more. Over 250 species have been recorded in this area alone!

   You can also view the Bay of Fundy's ecosystem and get to see whales, fish, mussels, mollusks, whelks, periwinkles, sea urchins, harbor seals, starfish, and much more!

   This is some of the best free environmental tourism you can get. Inside you'll find many quality pictures of the Irving Nature Park to give you a taste of what you'll experience when you visit.

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Here are some other Great Canadian Parks

Jasper Alberta Canada
Heritage Canada, Parks Canada
Canada's Parks Day
National Park Foundation
Parks in the Great Lakes Region

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